FESTIVALS: The 66th Pula Film Festival Announces Lineup

    General by Antun Vrdoljak General by Antun Vrdoljak

    PULA: Eight Croatian films and six minority coproductions will compete for Golden Arenas at the 66th Pula Film Festival, which takes place 13 to 21 July 2019. More than 130 films were submitted after a public call for participation in Croatia’s national festival.

    Pula Film Festival will open with the world premiere of General, a war spectacle/biopic directed by Antun Vrdoljak. The film is based on the life of general Ante Gotovina, controversial Croatian war hero played by Hollywood-based Croatian actor Goran Višnjić.


    General (Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina)
    Directed by Antun Vrdoljak
    Produced by Kiklop film (Croatia)
    Coproduced by KFU Oktavijan (Bosnia and Herzegovina)

    What a Country! (Croatia, Poland, Serbia)
    Directed by Vinko Brešan
    Produced by Interfilm (Croatia)
    Coproduced by Orka Productions Studio (Poland), Zillion Film (Serbia)

    The Last Serb in Croatia (Croatia, Serbia)
    Directed by Predrag Ličina (Croatia)
    Produced by Kinorama
    Coproduced by Art&Popcorn (Serbia)

    F20 (Croatia)
    Directed by Arsen Anton Ostojić
    Produced by Filmosaurus Rex (Croatia)
    Coproduced by GripFilm, Interfilm, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., Embrio Production (Croatia)

    Extracurricular (Croatia)
    Directed by Ivan Goran Vitez
    Produced by Interfilm

    The Diary of Diana B. (Croatia, Slovenia, Serbia)
    Directed by Dana Budisavljević
    Produced by Hulahop (Croatia)
    Coproduced by December (Slovenia), This and That (Serbia)

    My Grandpa is an Alien (Croatia, Luxemburg, Norway, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Slovenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina)
    Directed by Dražen Žarković, Marina Andree Škop
    Produced by Studio dim (Croatia)
    Coproduced by Wady Films (Luxembourg), Filmbin (Norway), MasterFilm (Czech Republic), Artileria (Slovakia), Senca Studio (Slovenia), Fabrika (Bosnia and Herzegovina), Croatian Radiotelevision (Croatia), Magiclab (Czech Republic), Art Rebel 9 (Slovenia)

    All Alone (Croatia, Netherlands, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Montenegro)
    Directed by Bobo Jelčić
    Produced by Spiritus Movens (Croatia)
    Coproduced by De Productie (Netherlands), Dokument (Bosnia and Herzegovina), Dart film (Serbia), Adriatic Western (Montenegro)


    Love Cuts (Serbia, Croatia)
    Directed by Kosta Đorđević
    Produced by Kinematografska kuća (Serbia)
    Coproduced by This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. (Croatia)

    Rafaël (Netherlands, Belgium, Italy, Croatia)
    Directed by Ben Sombogaart
    Produced by Rinkel film (Netherlands)
    Coproduced by Jaako dobra produkcija in cooperation with Nukleus film (Croatia)

    Erased (Slovenia, Croatia, Serbia)
    Directed by Miha Mazzini
    Produced by Gustav film (Serbia)
    Coproduced by Kinorama (Croatia), Delirium (Serbia), Pakt Media (Slovenia), Christoph Thoke (Germany)

    The Load (Serbia, France, Croatia, Iran, Qatar)
    Directed by Ognjen Glavonić
    Produced by Non-Aligned Films (Serbia)
    Coproduced by Kinorama (Croatia) Cinema Defacto (France), Three Garden Film (Iran)

    God Exists, Her Name Is Petrunya (Macedonia, Belgium, Slovenia, Croatia, France)
    Directed by Teona Strugar Mitevska
    Produced by Sisters and Brother Mitevski (Macedonia)
    Coproduced by Spiritus movens (Croatia), Entre Chien et Loup (Belgium), Vertigo (Slovenia) Deuxième Ligne Films (France), EZ Films (France)

    Stitches (Serbia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Slovenia)
    Directed by Miroslav Terzić
    Produced by This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. (Serbia)
    Coproduced by Nora Production Group (Slovenia) Spiritus Movens (Croatia), SCCA/PRO.BA (Bosnia and Herzegovina)